Saint Luis Rey Gen 2
Toro · 6 × 54 SLRG2TO
Honduras / Nicaragua
Medium - Full
Medium Brown / EMS
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No expert on 06/26/15
live the original line of SLR and this stick doesn't disappoint. A continuation of the original with a bit more bite and plenary of flavor. Gen 2 is a great everyday smoke but is good enough for that special occasion or that after dinner smoke. Don't miss out on a good smoke, take a chance you want regret and may a nice add to your humidor. I did.
SLR well worth the price
Crazyleggs1 on 06/14/15
I had the privilege of enjoying the lip smacking great flavor of these SLR's and they are well worth every penny.Burn is very consistent throughout the box I purchased and draw is excellent.They have the construction and taste of what you would expect from a cigar manufacturing guru that got their starts in Cuba.The cigars are not overbearing but have a nice flow through the whole smoking experience that will leave you wishing for more or hopefully in your case you bought more than 1 so you can enjoy again and again.
jamreinh on 10/08/15
The draw was easy as can be. No complaints at all with the draw or construction. Just as you start the next thief, the previous third will fall off like clockwork. The flavor was wasn't my favorite. I tasted lots of cedar with a little coffee with creme and just the slightest hint of spice. A mild to Moderate smoke profile overall. Too much cedar.
Big Ragoo on 06/25/15
A truly remarkable magnificent exceptionally flavorful and delicious, complex, dmooth spicy, Smokey truly enjoyable cigar that will leave you coming back for more and an absolute craving for its supreme deliciousness.
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Cigar Indian on 12/28/14
This is a nice looking cigar. The draw was fine, not too tight, but once lit, I had trouble getting much smoke out of it. More smoke was available as it burned down. It had an inconsistent burn on one side, not a runaway, but it required a re-light at about half way to true things up. It was a mild smoke, with notes of cinnamon, and some pepper appearing about 1/3 of the way. Some spiciness at half way. It was pleasant enough, but left us wanting more smoke. The flavors were excellent with chai tea with cream. With more consistency in draw and burn it would be a great morning cigar.
Slow burn on 06/29/15
Toro means bull in Spanish, and for the price, that's what I thought this cigar was. I paid too much for a mediocre smoke. Had I paid less I would have been relatively happy with this cigar, but the price put me over the edge.
fishfinder on 09/14/15
As a fairly new cigar smoker, I picked a few up in a sample pack and wow! This cigar was full of flavor but was relatively strong compared to ther cigars I've smoked. After letting the other cigar age for a month or so, it was a little smoother but still just as strong. Overall, good cigar!
Nothing but regrets.
Mr. CoolCol on 06/15/15
Only smoked one of these cigars and it was like smoking goat droppings. I don't know if it was mold or just bad tobacco, but this was quite possibly one of the most disgusting cigars I have ever smoked.
Ok this time
lexdexhe on 07/12/15
fair price for a suitable cigar. I will say, however, that the flavor leaves something to be desired, especially in today’s crowded marketplace of fine cigars. Truthfully, I have a hard time seeing how the Toro will work its way into my rotation
Joseph on 07/06/15
I smoke the SLR maduro in the robusto size. I judge all other cigars by this brand...including my Cubans. They are just that good. Smooth, robust, rich, aromatic, visually appealing, great smoke. Tight, almost snow white ash. I tear up when I light these sticks...knowing that in less than an hour, my moment of sheer bliss will be over...until I light up the next one!
Toro means bull
Asm017b on 06/19/15
Up front you're greeted with bold notes of leather and dried fruit. As the burn progresses, touches of earth, caramel, and chocolate also enter the fray. It's good, real good. And I might not know the difference between a rabbit and a hare, but I know fans of Saint Luis Rey will be eating this one up.